The Program in European Cultural Studies celebrated the graduates of the Class of 2021 on May 24, 2021 via Zoom.
The Program’s Director, Tony Grafton (History), began the virtual celebration by welcoming the graduates, ECS graduate affiliates, and associated faculty. The winners of this year’s ECS Asher Hinds Prize, Peter Foster and Alec Israeli, were also announced.
This year’s cohort was fully remote during the pandemic, managing to complete the certificate requirements by attending a virtual Faber Lecture with Suzanne Marchand, virtual excursions to the Met Museum and the Morgan Library, and attending weekly senior thesis colloquia in the spring to workshop their writing. Their resilience and determination are commendable. Congratulations and all best wishes to the Class of 2021!
Class of 2021 Certificate Students
Daniel Bracho, Department of Art & Archaeology
Christina Chun, Department of German
Peter Foster, Department of History, co-winner of ECS Asher Hinds Prize
Elliot Galvis, Department of Classics
Alec Israeli, Department of History, co-winner of ECS Asher Hinds Prize
Joshua Judd Porter, Department of German
Claire McCarriher, Department of Classics
Max McGougan, Department of Politics
Mackenzie Meyer, Department of Politics
Jason Qu, Department of German
Greg Wall, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures
Nora Wildberg, Department of Art & Archaeology
Sophia Winograd, Department of Politics
Joanna Zhang, Department of Philosophy